CIBER Focus: "U.S.-India Relations in a Romney Presidency" with Sumit Ganguly
Professor Sumit Ganguly discusses his recent opinion piece on a potential Romney presidency. His piece considers the implications of Romney's policies on the Indian people. An extended American presence in Afghanistan, increased aggression towards Iran, and changed economic and environmental policies might have the biggest impact. Ganguly, the Tangore Chair of Indian Culture and Civilizations and a professor of political science at Indiana University, imagines how the change in administrations would play out in relations between the two countries. He goes on to discuss India's political and economic situation more generally, focusing especially on the obstacles India has faced and its recent economic slowdown. *This video was recorded as a part of the Indiana University CIBER Focus Vodcast Series.